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Everyone comes across at least one stranger that they wish to know and it's never our choosing.
I didn't choose him; he chose me, and I couldn't shake the electric feeling that somehow I knew him.
Silence all around,
TheÂ tears make no sound,
My blood splattered on the ground,
I'm death bound.
A poem about the cycle of life and decay in a desert...
a poem about the fleeting nature of inspiration and thoughts
I wrote this poem while contemplating the fleeting nature of life. Life goes by and we cannot stop it; time ticks away and we cannot take it back.
This just came to me today, you can interpret it was you wish, but my understanding is that it means that anything that you want to do, is worth doing. Even if it turns out badly, it was still worth it~Enjoy.
One of my shortest, yet most profound poems.
By Dana The Cyberpoet
Capture the moment. Life is about now. It`s all each has. Forgetting that, we fall into deprecating fallacies while life fades away.
So many years ago when the earth was born in fire
The sun anew cast its glow upon the sky
Then strange things there came to be in oceans mighty and deep
Many eons on mankind came to rule the world
With his towered cities and the glow he brought upon the darkness
But only for a fleeting...
This poem is about the perfection that is eternally symbolized in our lover's soul. Everything else just doesn't matter in the instant she holds your hand, on a dark, starry night.
Life without your love would be meaningless.
Poetry | Updated Sep 25, 2008 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 13 | Likes: 36
By Matthew Smith
Ok i thought long and hard before posting this. It was written a while ago now when i lived by the sea. It was my observation of those sun worshipers.
Poetry | Updated Jun 9, 2008 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 6 | Likes: 8